All or Nothing is a great generic title for a sports series. Of course, at Spurs, it takes on a comedic value that only those of us who have been following the club since we were children could have predicted.
While Millennials were running about whooping it up about the film’s exposure, the world class stadium, and state-of-the-art training facilities, us dummies in the cheap seats could smell just how rotten a business model this fiasco was from the very beginning.
Bricks and mortar retail lost the war against the agile online businesses, and so Daniel Levy opened the biggest football retail space in Europe.
Liverpool Football Club made a handful of in-budget adjustments to what was an already competitive squad, and became European and English champions. Daniel Levy had the resources to follow suit, but opted instead to demolish White Hart Lane and build sports themed shopping centre.
THFC lies in ruins, a squad that cannot be improved for many seasons, and with debts even greater than those of Manchester United.
All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur could well be the very first of a new genre, the X-rated comedy.